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Sunday, June 29, 2003
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Chowkidar to the Empire?
Eye of a needle
Artist Surekha's output in the last seven years has been prodigious. She clinically sums up what she has seen or heard, while her stitches encapsulate in oblique ways wars, weavers, wishes, worries. RAGHAV SHREYAS on a show held at Sakshi Art Gallery recently, which moves to Sweden in September 2003.
Marriages of convenience
MOHINI GIRI argues for an integrated approach to laws on marriage, dowry, divorce, property rights and maintenance.
Personal memoir or political biography?
A promotional book for self-serving ends is M.S. NAGARAJAN's verdict on Hillary Clinton's Living History.
In her own words
In her only British newspaper interview, Hillary Clinton admits she has had to take `a long hard look at my marriage, my husband and myself'. Is she now ready to run for President? NIGEL FARNDALE talks to the former First Lady.
Who is the second-best?
Rod Laver was undoubtedly the best post-war tennis player. But who comes next? Most people would plump for Pete Sampras but ARVIND SUBRAMANIAN argues for Bjorn Borg.
LEAFING through a tabloid on the flight to Baroda (Vadodara), you come across the photograph of a handsome couple, the stately lady in the royal "uniform" of flowered chiffon and pearls, and the man, tall and distinguished, smiling at guests at a ...
A clan of warriors
Unlike the royals in Rajasthan, the Gaekwads, one of the wealthiest in the country, are not into tourism as yet. KAUSALYA SANTHANAM talks to the scion.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
My daughter was born on September 26, 1975. Guru is in the 4th, Saturn in 8th and Moon in 6th. Who is Lagna Lord? She has suffered much for 10 years, and discontinued her studies. What relief is possible?
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